USA Hockey’s Warrior Hockey Discipline is dedicated to injured and disabled US Military Veterans who have served our country and play the sport of ice hockey. As one of the Disabled Hockey Section's newest disciplines, the Warrior Hockey Discipline is growing across the country. While some of the participants played hockey prior to being injured, many try it for the first time for therapeutic reasons.
To be eligible to compete in the Warrior Hockey Discipline, participants must be or have been Veterans and Members of the Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard), with former Members required to have been discharged under honorable or general conditions. For full eligibility rules, download the document to the right.
USA Hockey thanks the men and women of the armed forces for their service.
Warrior Hockey Representative
Phone: (703) 463-8412
USA Hockey is proud to announce the return of the USA Hockey Warrior Classic to be held at the Sportone/Parkview Icehouse, in Fort Wayne, IN on December 15-17, 2017. With the success and growth of the Warrior Hockey Discipline, USA Hockey is excited to host this event for the second time.
Warrior Hockey teams from around the country are invited to come together for a weekend of hockey and the opportunity to be crowned the USA Hockey Warrior Classic Champion!
The USA Hockey Warrior Hockey Discipline is dedicated to U.S, Military Veterans with a disability who have served our country and play the sport of ice hockey. To be eligible, all players must be or have been Veterans and Members of the Armed Forces and meet a minimum disability rating. Click here to see the full eligibility rules for the Warrior Hockey Discipline.